Facebook rapes and molests us stealing our information and data. Then they pimp us out selling us to the highest bidder. Then when they see us down they come and kick us for good measure. Is there something wrong with your account? They hell with you they say. We shut down your account for no reason, the hell with you. We ran you out of business? Maybe you didn’t hear me; I said the hell with you!
I have been a licensed real estate broker for more than 30 years. All I did in my Facebook Marketplace account is advertise real estate for sale for more than 12 years, nothing else! I can’t imagine what Facebook Commandment I broke to justify them destroying my business. And I will never know because they will never tell me.
Hey Facebook! Why don’t you set your God complex aside? Howsabout, if a rule is violated you send notice of what rule is violated and give a chance for your user to fix it before you shut them down!? What the hell is this, Russia?
Facebook Stockholder are you listening?
I know this isn’t a ton of money in the grand scheme of things but without a doubt I am surely not the only business owner to ban Facebook advertising because they are tired of Facebooks abuse. Smart investors have already dumped their Facebook Stocks. If you still own stock in the company consider selling before the carnage escalates.
I was spending a $1,000 a month, or $12,000 a year, on Facebook advertising for my company. Now, and for the rest of my life, for all of my businesses, I will spend Zero dollars on Facebook advertising. Their system was very confusing to use and never produced very well without spending a ton of money on it.
If Facebook believes they can continue to abuse their customers because they think they are two big to fail they clearly have another thing coming. Mark Suckaberge (Zuckerberg) and his team have already lost control of the company and they are grasping at straws trying to figure out something to get back on track. I would suggest that it is too late. It is time for Facebook to step aside so other companies can provide transparent, fair service to its users and its customers. Farewell Facebook – RIP.
This article was written and posted by Harry W. Ridge III, Director.